on the blockchain

The billion user table.

This starts with how to regulate the internet giants and ends with an unregulatable decentralized internet giant. “The login is the gateway to the internet. And it’s about to get decentralized.” | learn more

on the blockchain

Scaling reads and writes.

“Most of the discourse to date around scaling blockchains is about writes. This is often measured as transactions per second (TPS). For example, Ethereum supports 15-30 TPS, Binance Smart Chain supports up to 160 TPS, and Solana supports up to […]

on the blockchain

Substack vs. DAOstack.

“Decentralization doesn’t eliminate the hard problems. It doesn’t wish away wars over values; hierarchies of professional vs amateur; the challenges of developing and nurturing talent. And, token-based governance isn’t necessarily going to reach the best or most ethical solutions. But […]

on the blockchain

The future of digital communities.

“Key learnings: Dicker envisions what he calls “Web 3.0,” a world in which social tokens, NFTs (non-fungible tokens), and “creator DAOs” (decentralized autonomous organizations) will create new layers of digital value that will allow audiences to interact with each other, […]

on the blockchain

From winner take all to win and help win.

This is the first article I’ve read that is hosted on the decentralized web and was auctioned as an NFT with the proceeds automatically and transparently shared with authors, contributors, and others. And that’s what it’s about: “Web3 technologies that […]

on the blockchain

The ABCs of DAOs

“As of June 2021, over $1 billion has been committed towards blockchain-native analogs of traditional corporations called decentralized autonomous organizations or DAOs.” | learn more